4th Edition, 2022

8-9 Nov 2022 Laico Hotel -Tunis

The Topic of the 4th Edition

The role of the banking sector in stimulating growth, enhancing confidence in the Libyan economy, and reducing stagnation

8-9 Nov 2022 / Laico Hotel -Tunis

President of the 4th Edition Dr.Tahir Aljhimi Previous minister of planning in Libya

Dr. Taher Jehaimi held many positions, the most important of which were Governor of the Central Bank of Libya between 1997 and 2002, and Ambassador of the State of Libya to China. He also held the position of President of the University of Benghazi between 2008 and 2010, and Minister of Planning between 2005 and 2008 and Secretary of the Planning Council between 2002 and 2005, Minister of Planning, Economy and Trade between 1994 and 1997, and the most recently he was Minister of Planning between 2016 and 2020.

The Agenda

Day1, 1st Session
Day1, 2nd Session
Day1, 3rd Session
Day2, 4th Session
Day2, 5th Session
Day2, 6th Session

10:00 – 11:30

Preview of World Bank Reports, and experiences of countries that experienced stagflation.

The state of the Libyan economy and the role of monetary and fiscal policies in addressing stagnation and inflation.

– Dr. Taher Jehaimi.
– Ali Alhebri.
– Abdoulaye Sy.
– Dr. Mohamed Abusnina.

12:00 – 13:30

The Role of Banks in Revitalizing the Economy: Available and Absent Mechanisms from the Libyan Market.

– Musbah Akkari.
– Ali Jehani.
– Mohamed Alshukri.
– Ismael Abdulhadi.

15:30 – 17:00

The role of financial technology in supporting banking products, including post-paid instruments.

– Alsanussi Abukhzaim.
– Allaeddin Khemaira.
– Omran Alshaibi.
– Mohamed Masoud.

10:00 – 11:30

The role of banks in developing micro-enterprises and entrepreneurship: successful experiences and absent incentives.

– Awsam Alaberish.
– Mohamed Alaswad.
– Ahmad Sultan.
– Alaya Bettayeb.

12:00 – 13:30

The role required of regional banks to support the economy, stimulate intra-trade and reduce the impact of the supply chain crisis.

– Said Berbel.
– Mohamed Fal Alalam.
– Husni Bey.
– Anas Rashwan.

17:00 – 15:30

The missing role of the financial market sector, towards mechanisms to activate the financial sector and digital finance.

– Ali Alhebri.
– Jamal Abdelmalek.
– Naaman Elbouri.
– Abeer Zoghbeia.


Taher Jehaimi

Previous minister of planning in Libya

Musbah Akkari

Chairman of National Commercial Bank

Jamal Abdelmalek

Founder of Libyan Digital Bank

Naaman Elbouri

Banking Expert

Ali Alhebri

Acting Governor - Central Bank of Libya - Al-Bayda

Abdoulaye Sy

Lead Economist at the World Bank

Mohamed Abusnina

Economist and Ex. Professor of economy at University of Benghazi

Allaeddin Khemaira

General Manager of Tadawul Technology

Alsanousi Abukhezaim

Awsam Alaberish

Chairman of Tadhamon Bank

Mohamed Alaswad

Vice-President of the European Union Program to Support the Libyan Private Sector

Husni Bey

President of HB group

Ismael Abdulhadi

General Manager of Sahara Bank

Mohamed Alshukri

Vice President of Arab British Bank

Abeer Zoghbeia


Anas Rashwan

Head of the Basel Unit for Banking Supervision at the Central Bank of Libya - Benghazi

Ali Jehani

Head of the Basel Unit for Banking Supervision at the Central Bank of Libya - Benghazi

Omran Alshaibi

Director of Information Technology Department at the Central Bank of Libya - Benghazi

Ahmed Sultan

Head of the Small and Medium Enterprises Unit at the Central Bank of Libya - Benghazi

Mohamed Fal Alalam

Secretary General of Maghreb Banks

Said Berbel

General Manager of Maghreb Bank for Investment and Foreign trade

Mohamed Masoud

Chairman of the Sharia Supervisory Board - Sahara Bank

Alaya Bettayeb

General Director of Smart Capital

Exhibition Link the Impact

Tunis, Tunisia, 2022

BSDF4 About the forum

In line with global efforts to recover from the effects of stagflation during the period 2019-2022, during which the world was dealing with the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Russian – Ukrainian war took place, and petroleum prices had risen, which caused an economic stagnation crisis that still casts a shadow on growth rates in the whole world.

This round comes as a continuation of the previous three rounds of the forum after a two years hiatus, and in response to the urgent need to discuss fears of the growing economic recession and its impact on Libya, to raise questions, review solutions, listen to experiences, and analyze models, in which the banking sector and monetary policies played a pivotal role that contributed to moving stagnant economies and alleviated its severity.

The Forum is an independent and open dialogue on all related issues, held annually in partnership and sponsorship of a group of Libyan banks, as well as regional and international financial institutions, Each round aims to follow-up on the recommendations of the previous round and build on it to formulate the general program and objectives. More

This Forum is organized within the context of the Sectors Development Forums on the need for adopting the most up-to-date, sustainable and harmless solutions on people and environment. It aims to gather decision makers along with national and international experts and specialists to share ideas and visions on developing the currently used methods and to consolidate alternative solutions to support this pivotal sector in the present and the future of the country. More

The forum, which is held annually to create an environment that brings together the elite of the business community in the real estate sector with decision makers, experts and economic analysts, to discuss the latest real estate finance mechanisms adopted globally, which would encourage businessmen to invest and take the opportunities presented locally in Libya. More

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